Emarketeers’ Integrated Marketing Course – Powered by Flock Associates

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We are delighted to have two new dates for our Integrated Marketing Course. So join us on the 24th September or on the 21st November 2014.  Aimed at mid and management level marketers and anyone interested in understanding how to positively impact and influence an entire marketing ecosystem.

The best marketing campaigns are built around an organising idea, aiming to optimise every channel, connect those channels, and make content go further. This practice is better known as integration.  While it is clear that integrated campaigns are the ones that obtain the best results, most companies still struggle to integrate.

This is why Emarketeers and Flock designed the Integrated Marketing Training Course – an intensive training day that aims to enhance your integrated marketing strategy. The first course ran on June 16th this year at the Wallacespace in Clerkenwell Green. It was a great success obtaining excellent reviews and an overall score of 5/5.

“Fantastic course, so much covered in one day and a real pleasure to take part in.”

“I was pleased with how much Simon (CEO at Flock) went into every subject of the course. He also took the time to find out which area each delegate wanted to focus on so he could almost tailor the course as we went along. There was also the opportunity to ask Simon to go into various areas in more detail if not understood.”

“All the materials were very well presented and more importantly, well executed.”

“Definitely a step change in what we will communicate and how.

Simon Francis, CEO of Flock Associates, will once again lead the course. Simon’s expertise on the subject comes from his broad experience as CEO, EMEA for Saatchi & Saatchi and Aegis Media. See Simon’s full profile HERE.

Click HERE to book it and to find out more.

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